Arsene Wenger admits Gunners ARE considering selling Mesut Ozil in January

Arsene Wenger admits Gunners ARE considering selling Mesut Ozil in January

Ozil's agent Erkut Sogut said talks with Arsenal were "going in a positive way" this week, and Wenger affirmed that view.

Sources told ESPN FC last month that Manchester City would consider reviving their interest in Sanchez in January, while a source told ESPN FC this week that Arsenal have yet to reopen talks over a contract extension with Ozil, although the Germany global remains open to a stay.

However, Wenger insists the lack of extension yet does not mean Ozil won't stay long term at Arsenal.

"The fact that we didn't find an agreement past year doesn't mean they will leave". "Overall I hope that the situation can be turned around".

However, Wenger says it remains possible that both players could leave in the winter transfer window.

It's expected Sanchez will leave Arsenal at the end of the season, which will lead to a scramble to sign the forward.

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A 3-0 loss at home to Paraguay, as speculation swirled over Sanchez's ultimately botched switch to Manchester City on transfer deadline day, began a run of three defeats in this season's final four qualifiers.

Alves added: "I don't want to speak much [about Sanchez] because I know how tough it is and also because I don't want for people to interpret things in a way that would have put my professionalism in doubt".

Sanchez was part of the Chile team that were eliminated from the World Cup on Tuesday - in part due to an error for Colombia by his Arsenal team-mate David Ospina - and will be assessed for both his mental and physical state when he returns to England this afternoon.

"It is my understanding [that he wants to stay]", said Wenger of the Germany worldwide.

Indeed, he's not only one of Arsenal's only world-class talents, he's among the best players in the Premier League.

He's courted by many teams.